by Kat Clarke
Climate change is radically reshuffling Britain’s birds, with some species disappearing while new migrants are settling. TheGuardian,com, December 2017
Modern Climate Change projections for bird habitats first appeared in the U.S. in 2014 and each year gain sophistication and accuracy. Both Canada and the UK applied improved technology and data sets in their reports issued in 2017. And those reports yielded more haunting prognoses for many bird species. These studies are critical to inform and empower citizens and governments together to plan for the conservation of likely future habitats. Governments, conservation organizations, and citizens can together protect adapting bird populations so they do not disappear from the earth.
Read Kat’s complete article here on accessing online research and how to find local climate change planning organizations that are making meaningful and important contributions!